Apocalypse Science – What I Miss about The City. DUMPSTER DIVING

I’ve been living out in the pines for ten months. Everything is going according to plan, the installs, upgrades, and maintenance. One thing I miss about my tract home and suburbia hellscape is other people’s garbage. I’m talking about the physical refuse that subsistence apartment structures provide. DUMPSTER DIVING. The unlimited supply of other people’s… Continue reading Apocalypse Science – What I Miss about The City. DUMPSTER DIVING

Crazy Horse: A Life by Larry McMurtry book review

Uninspired write-up on Crazy Horse, with many references to “the whites, the whites, the whites.” The whites did this, the whites did that, the whites gave the natives smallpox, the whites killed the buffalo. The word spell of the whites. Here’s the deal. Not once does McMurtry call the natives RED, what gives? It’s because… Continue reading Crazy Horse: A Life by Larry McMurtry book review

Hellhound of the Cosmos by Clifford D. Simak book review

This system introduces physical and spiritual stumbling blocks at every turn. I’ve been waylaid, threatened, and blockaded by this horrible, nightmare, system. It changes laws and times. It reverses truth, glorifies lies, condemns the righteous, and steals identities. It deceives every man at every moment. It needs to be eradicated. ZERO ACCOUNTABILITY SYSTEM of THE… Continue reading Hellhound of the Cosmos by Clifford D. Simak book review

Norstrilia by Cordwainer Smith book review

One of the most vulgar, disgusting books I’ve ever read. Norstrilia by Cordwainer Smith. A novel inspired by debased futurism. Animal sex cats, the girlygirl, c’mell; transsexual deception, departments of nightmare control grid, rampaging capitalists buying the world, exchanging fake monies for valueless living, and euthanasia. It’s all here. The worst form of science fiction,… Continue reading Norstrilia by Cordwainer Smith book review

The Adventures of Roderick Random by Tobias Smollett book review

The Adventures of Roderick Random by Tobias Smollett Here’s a book from 1748. It’s about the adventures of a man born in Ireland who meets with many difficulties, goes to sea, attempts to bag a rich woman, falls in love with Narcissa, a young maiden with heaving bosom and pearl tears, goes back to sea,… Continue reading The Adventures of Roderick Random by Tobias Smollett book review

Tales of Hoffmann by E.T.A Hoffmann book review

Have you read the Tales of Hoffmann? Oh, what a delight! In this day of ongoing genocide, I sit in my humble cabin, awaiting Federal Police, reading Hoffmann. People dying, doctors lying, nobody needs the truth. Here’s a book perfect for my current circumstance. One to pass the time during the end of it. My… Continue reading Tales of Hoffmann by E.T.A Hoffmann book review

Apocalypse Science – The Chickens and The Egg

What came first? The chickens were purchased, the egg came 90 days later. I’ve been enjoying my chickens for a few months now, dutifully watering and feeding them. Imagine my joy when finding a precious reward for all of my hard work. A perfect little brown egg in the corner of the coop, ready for… Continue reading Apocalypse Science – The Chickens and The Egg